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    The real question is, what type of traffic are you testing to only get 60mb? If its cifs\smb I believe it.

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    SMB/CIFS over a VPN? SMB v1.0 and 2.0 yes, slow... ugly... painful over a VPN.

    But SMB v3 is a VPN all by itself! Or at least it can be.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Thanks for all the replies guys, and sorry for my tardiness of response.

    Seems the issue may be something on the ISP.
    We setup a tunnel using Cisco, and get similar performance.

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    Interesting observation for anybody that has similar issue.

    The VPN tunnel I mention in the OP uses UDP port 5060.

    I noticed when using a laptop setup with Firefox to use an SSH tunnel for proxy connecting to the 500MB site, I could get near enough 200Mbps.

    The SSH tunnel was using port 22 and TCP.

    I setup a new OpenVPN server on another Untangle box using TCP port 444
    Connect to this from an Untangle Client using Tunnel VPN and a laptop using OpenVPN client, both get double the speed compared to the UDP tunnel! :|

    So on the UDP 5060 tunnel tops out at around 80Mbps ~ , using the TCP 444 tunnel both manage to top out around 170Mbps

    Must be something the ISPs inbetween are doing. But perhaps worth looking into for anybody else if you stumble on this thread.

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